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Soil salinity is one of the most severe and common abiotic stresses affecting Africa’s rice productivity. To better present the current state and help future scientists better understand the challenges and focus their efforts toward developing salt-tolerant rice varieties, this study provides an overview...

The japonica variety is intentionally cultivated by some Filipino rice farmers to cater to the high-end consumer market as its attributes make it suitable...

CGIAR centers are collaborating with the Department of Farmers’ Empowerment of Odisha to bring rice fallows into cultivation under the Comprehensive...

The greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) from rice fields contribute significantly to global warming and climate change. Therefore, mitigating emissions from...

Agriculture in Assam is characterized by low productivity because of frequent floods, drought, lack of irrigation facilities during the dry season, use...

Africa’s average rice yield lags significantly behind Asia, with African farmers harvesting an average of 2.28 tons per hectare (t/ha) compared to Asia’s...

Binodini Swain’s story serves as an inspiring example for farmers in Odisha who leave their lands fallow instead of cultivating non-paddy crops....

Mechanized direct-seeded rice (mDSR) provides a potential solution to climate change as well as rice production constraints. Our recent study shows that...

Significant efforts in agronomic research for development have been undertaken to address the challenges in rice cultivation in sub-Saharan Africa. Despite...

Even though Telangana is one of the leading rice-producing states in India, the awareness and options around new varieties among a significant number of...